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Re: Manual consistency

From: Julien Lepiller
Subject: Re: Manual consistency
Date: Tue, 09 Jun 2020 14:12:52 -0400
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Le 9 juin 2020 13:13:31 GMT-04:00, Ricardo Wurmus <> a écrit :
>Ludovic Courtès <> writes:
>> Hi,
>> Ricardo Wurmus <> skribis:
>>> Julien Lepiller <> writes:
>>>> If there is a way to mark a sentence to wrap it into a class, we
>>>> also do some CSS magic with :before.
>>> Texinfo puts all examples inside div.example pre.example, but the
>>> individual lines are not wrapped in spans, so we cannot style each
>>> individually.  A :before rule would thus only change the first line,
>>> which is not enough.
>> What about adding some more post-processing in doc/build.scm?  :-)
>If we’re okay with wrapping individual lines in @code{…} that won’t be
>necessary.  Having each logical line of code within @code results in
>  <pre class="example">
>    <code>this line</code>
>    <code>that line</code>
>  </pre>
>and that’s something we *can* style with CSS.

But we can't differentiate root commands and user commands that way.

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